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Kids Go Free This Saturday

12th October 2015 By Munster Rugby

Kids Go Free This Saturday

This Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off (1.30pm) at Irish Independent Park sees Adult tickets start from just EUR15 while KIDS GO FREE when Munster welcome Cardiff Blues to Cork for Round 4 of the Guinness PRO12.

In what promises to be a thrilling weekend of rugby for both province and country, be there on Saturday to cheer on Anthony Foley's men as they look to maintain their unbeaten start to the competitive season before lending your support to the national side on Sunday.

Prior to kick-off on Leeside, make the most of the Bank of Ireland Family Funzone complete with face painters and more, while in celebration of the Munster Rugby Junior Supporters Club opening for renewals and new members, all accompanied KIDS GO FREE!

Here’s how to avail of this special offer:

  • To obtain free Junior tickets, select your desired number of Adult tickets, then select your preferred Terrace, followed by the quantity of Junior tickets required.
  • Should you have previously purchased Adults tickets, select Adult as 0 then select your preferred Terrace, followed by the quantity of Junior tickets required.
  • For those that have a Junior Terrace Season ticket, your ticket for this match will now be upgraded to the Stand, as will your accompanying Adult’s ticket.
  • Those with a Junior Stand Season ticket have the option of redeeming an extra Junior Stand ticket through their online account
  • Stand Junior tickets are available on an individual basis at €;10 per ticket.

Please note: Every group of 10 kids must have at least one accompanying adult.


The Munster Rugby Junior Supporters Club is now open for renewals and new members. Click here for a full list of exclusive gifts and benefits and to sign up today!


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